Take a journey back in time to 1830s Alabama with English naturalist Philip Henry Gosse through his hand-painted illustrations. Join us for an opening reception with a presentation by Gary Mullen and book signing.
It's our Fall Bird Count with a twist! Help us gather important data on our city's breeding and migratory bird populations, or make a pledge for the total number of species counted to support Birmingham Audubon.
Twenty-first century birding offers an amazing array of digital and technological aids to help birders improve their birding skills, while also contributing to bird conservation. Sign up today for this new class from Anne Miller!
Greg Harber provides a comprehensive look at all the birds you’re likely to encounter on or near Alabama’s winter waterways. Learn to identify loons, grebes, geese, ducks, and cranes, as well as find reliable populations of these birds in the greater Birmingham area.
Paul Franklin explores the many species of songbirds and birds of prey that are present in the colder months when our permanent residents are joined by the multitudes of northern breeders. Enjoy learning about identification, life histories, population trends, and more.